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Jewish Community Foundation San Diego can help you Create a Jewish Legacy to support Jewish life for generations to come. What will your legacy be?
This visionary program has been responsible for building a culture of legacy giving in San Diego. As a result of Create a Jewish Legacy, endowment dollars raised help ensure that vital programs flourish in good times and bad. Leaving a Jewish legacy ensures that agencies, schools, and synagogues are able to provide evolving, innovative programs as community needs shift. Your legacy helps future generations continue building Jewish life in San Diego and beyond.
The bequests established through Create a Jewish Legacy are inspiring examples of l’dor v’dor, the passing of values from one generation to the next. The Jewish Community Foundation offers complimentary consultations for Legacy Planning with the utmost confidentiality.
By providing for organizations through your will, trust, retirement assets, or other means, you are sharing your desire to support the Jewish future. Your bequest or other planned gift of any size will keep our community strong for future generations.
Begin Creating Your Jewish Legacy Today
Legacy Program Manager
A charitable bequest is a gift that is made as part of a will or trust to a nonprofit organization.
You may donate part of your retirement assets to charity, which could provide meaningful tax advantages.
Insurance can be an effective and convenient asset to give more to the charities you love.
Charitable Gift Annuities enable you to create a legacy —and receive dependable payments for life.
When you commit to a Jewish legacy, you are invited to sign the Book of Life, a living symbol of l’dor v’dor, from generation to generation.
We believe it’s vital to ensure a vibrant temple is available to all that seek a Jewish home well into the future
Steve and Deanna Bernsen
The San Diego Jewish Community is the backbone of all our relationships and connections. We are proud and honored to commit to supporting it throughout our lives and beyond.
Yiftach Levy and Jennifer Tabak Levy
As a child of Holocaust survivors I learned early on the importance of supporting Jewish organizations to ensure Judaism continues.
Many of these donors have committed to include multiple organizations in their estate plans. For a full list, please click here.
*Of blessed memory